NEW-BOLD our mission is to grow as a principle-centered company. We select
team members very carefully; looking for people we believe will fit into our
culture, uphold our mission statement, and accept our values. If your talents
and character match what we are looking for, we will help you become great
at what you can do best.
Once you have joined us, we focus on what matters most to you and work hard
to make sure that you are compensated well, provided with the best benefit
package we have, rewarded in a way that is meaningful to you, and provided
career opportunities for leadership and personal growth.
What We Provide
Highmark Blue Cross & Blue Shield - Health Insurance (includes prescription & vision coverage)
Sun Life - Life and short-term disability insurance
Education reimbursement (for classes related to employement)
10 paid holidays
5 sick days
Up to 20 days vacation (depending on years of service)
401(k) retirement plan (age 21 and over)
What we are looking for
Responsible individuals with initiative.
People who understand vision and goals before starting projects.
Individuals who schedule their priorities.
Team members who can work together for the mutual benefit of everyone.
Team members who will listen first, then communicate their ideas or concerns.
Team members who will work with diverse groups to come up with better solutions.
Individuals who strive to continuously improve themselves and their work.
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NASA IV&V JR. SOFTWARE SYSTEMS ENGINEER ASSOCIATE - Fairmont, WV
NEW-BOLD Enterprises, Inc. provides Systems and Software Assurance Services to the NASA Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) Program located in Fairmont, West Virginia.
NEW-BOLD supports NASA's IV&V Program, delivering analysis and verification & validation of safety-critical and mission-critical software for a number of important NASA programs, including both human and robotic exploration as well as earth and space science collection platforms.
We are looking for someone who will learn to work independently and as a member of a team in one or more of these IV&V projects or other IV&V Program functional areas.
Your roles and responsibilities will include assignment in one or more aspects of the IV&V Program needs listed below, working under supervision following established procedures:
Performs full-lifecycle (i.e., Concept to Deployment) Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) analyses to ensure the logical and systematic conversion of customer or product requirements into total systems solutions that acknowledge technical constraints.
Performs IV&V analysis of system and software architecture, system and software requirements, software design, source code, and the developer's software integration, interface, formal verification and qualification, systems and software integration, and certification test products.
Performs functional analysis, timeline analysis, detail trade studies, and requirements allocation and interface definition studies to evaluate compliance of software specifications with customer requirements. Conducts software hazard analysis and risk assessment.
Develops independent test plans, cases, procedures, and scripts and performs independent testing of safety-critical and mission-critical software systems to ensure the system will do what it is supposed to do, not do what it is not supposed to do, and will respond in a safe and desired manner under adverse conditions.
May lead small teams of analysts performing verification and validation analyses.
Analyzes effectiveness/efficiency of NASA program procedures and processes and develops/recommends improvements.
Prepares presentations, reports, research, and other contract deliverables related to IV&V analyses performed.
Participates in selected programs, events, and meetings involving staff, Government customers, and visitors.
Participates in Risk Management process as it relates to execution of the IV&V Project and to the software development project being evaluated by the IV&V team.
Work is performed on-site in Government facilities.
Occasional travel may be required.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Systems Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or other software-related engineering program, OR 4 years of directly related experience in lieu of degree.
Excellent writing and communication skills are required, and ability to interact well in group meeting/working environments.
Familiarity with systems engineering, software integration, and verification and validation.
Proficiency with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Public Trust Security Clearance.
Knowledge of human space programs/space domain topics such as mission and spacecraft ground operations, launch operations/processes, spacecraft guidance/navigation/control, propulsion, environmental control and life support systems, vehicle system management, human/computer interfaces (displays and controls), software safety, and mission assurance.
Able to read and understand C / C++ source code to verify correct, complete, and consistent implementation of software requirements and behaviors.
Takes ownership of tasks and problems and provides solutions.
Is a self-starter who can work independently, but who also functions well in a collaborative team environment.
Familiar with all major aspects of the software development life cycle(requirements, design, implementation, and test).
Familiar with software architecture
Familiar with UML and/or Rational Rhapsody
Familiar with Agile software development processes